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March 06, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-03-06

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Tarte miCHi 'AN DAILY.

Reduction
Z S ale I
As we have too large a
SUJITINGS AND
on hand we will rsell
them at reduced prices
to make room for ooir

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY feel Michigan's needs of an institu-
tion such as nearly every other vol-
Enorei s. second chi (natcte atthe AnnllIpe oheriprac nos
Arkbor Pos1Offi r moraceejos

uaily (i~ondey excepted) during the
college year, at117E.. Wasdington street,I
(basemrn eno, sideentracee) Phone tliih.r
MANAGING EDITIOR
S. EMORY Tl'IitMAStIN
B0USINESS MANAGER:
RtOSCOE It. HUSTON
EDITORS:
- - - Ito;H OnETK. WALTONw
JS.BALoY-
ASSOCIATEIS:
Cifford Stevenson. Roy Peebies,
A. M. raver, Henry P. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr. Stoddard S. More.
' Ida M5. Brewnsriggn 1. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Oshborn. Harold C. Smith.
Hurry H. Andrews. Alfred B. Keelh.
' ThonassIt. lReberts. Clyde L. Dew.
' BUSINESS STAFF:
We. ins. It. Lloyd
H1. K. Lturette.

GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Two new prep. schoo:l recorvds wereI
estahished at the games given hyj
tolumbia University recently. The
h~alf mile record no:w stande at 2 min-
ttee 34/, seconds and the mile recortd
is 4 mintutes 34%. seconds. The rec-j
ordis were made on the indoor track:
,of the 22nd Regiment Armotry, New
York City.
S An agitation is heing set up at the
University of Illinosis to secutre a set
of chimes for the libtrary tower.
The faculity of Intdian University
has adopted a plan wherebty a sttudent
can complete hoth the literary ant i
law courses in five years instead of
seven years, the lime it tool: former-

4 Woolens. Be snre andt Editor tobay-HAROLD C. SMITH.',It is ptropoisedl to levy a tax of fiftyI
itt ~ ttmienspte 1'v::l)':t::e pe sm, paatd 5cents ont each stttdent at the t'niverei-
yottr otrder. A sdetuedfvients.littr :e.i 10524
At present no provision is matte to
IOffice Sours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:301 care for any of thte sick it: the Uot-
Tp G . p. m. Daily. veresily and on this account many have
j~j 1 J.U tddress--ROSCOX S. HUSTIOS, Business Man-
' jn ( ,ager, 331 Packard Street. ivo leavte college.
108 E. WASHINGTON STREET.Tephn.41-
cleeadat Neraska have finally hltc::mpro mise d
ontthle proptised estsablishtment.tof the
I *@ OO *@~. _______________________ Physic's bu:ilding 1)0 the athletic field.
-' - - 'The butiling sill occupy part of the5
┬▒CALENDAR. I field atnd allosw just stufficient- r~om
The 6re t 6dlnecat:nott brace themselves against their
March: 4-8 and 11.15--Ferry series of i own goal lines.
lectu:res hy Professor Shailer Mat-
day at Ujniversity Hall. of the 'Big Fotur" railway andptest
March t0-Thursday evening-"The Iteti of the Americatt Railsvay Ungin-
Evidence frtone Distrihutiotn." Mr. Jerring and Maintenance of Vsay A'.
Adams, Mulseetm lecture room, socialti:onspoke recetntly lteftttetilt
University. enginees at thte Iniversitof Wiscon-
[xcGitig fun [or [veryo Rralr t~SchoolP nf Addessat eon b sit:.kHisa Civil Engineer onthevAmer-
March 11-Chtoral U'nion concert by 'rotlt:nt(orelsttesa-
I k lAdele Atis 1ev Ohe. venweoltheoustnitrnesmu~enits at-
~ Li.March 1t-'05 Medic party at B~ar- welt(. The punrpose of the sttoker
huti gymasitol.which is an antttta event. is b~est 'x-
______March 12-Adress by Mon. Win. J. pressed iby the words o~f the loasinias-
Btryan, in University' Halt. tee. ''At. the Jutniorv Smoke:r you ar:e
Pockdt War Maps for the March 2.2-First Rtegiment Meet. togeth~er for tile pttrpose' of singitig
* -- the ptraises of our: Alma 'Mater.'
Far East', I Sc. Teiawen'tin:g'of new inter'vet it j Sptchrlt:'en'retmade by Warner. the
tnivl:rsity :orgatnizationts itritngs to: ie' (lotbtall coach:. pvomnenstprfels-
11u0nion f eli '-Mich~igan:societiv's wiih -
the aim of ev'etually' obtaining the A tianic was nearly' caused in lie
SH E At&C . ln., - ii ' lul':.111"t Iee:'.' itversi ty libtrary at HMinnesvota lby
SH EH N ulnder a cotmnovo~f all the different the explosio~n of one of the nndsx
I::nve: sits 3,oksellers Ste- tphase of colle'ge endeiavorv:may' be censtlot:: ninthelap explodetd
all th~e retwnouanapniws
tbonet :ttd Engr'a vr. fosteredvanat irit utandl untity of it- elwnn ~ ::laIalcea
vi:vi.,:l~t ~t hik wlleflta tatwell u:nd er way beorne the tights came
teet"o pwihwl qa ht320 South State Street. of atnv of lie lontg esteblished Eastern onl again: andestowved tile stiudents
jI colege's.'lThe last: whtich:'sichiganeua that. o danger existedl.
has ::::iciiat:en hbeenev::devcrihpd as i -- --___
__Herculeean. It is unidoubttedlly dificu~ltj FRESHMAN BASKET-BALL TEAM.j
C. H. MrAJOR jo COM1PANY 1111b1t thesamebt' lets must have 1.
Specialtyj of [hne bev'ei tresen':edito ether :universities. 1 Thle firs:t(If the basket-ball Itcams
Interior Decorating Itn nearly every" intsance the difficttl'Ito (organize definitely this year was
lie's were o:vercoime ii)y aluimni prtovid. the freshmnt. Membev's were p~ick~ed
C('::e it:' 11ew'line of Ws st allPapers, ig 1111'fiundse for t:'ilding theseeclub anti officers were elected Saturvday,
IP'ainl.t, ile oet \ 'sreivties. ihouises. It1is:1)nio t t e :doubttedt that Match 5th. The resttlts vere as fosl-
2 3 E. Washington. Phone 237 Michtiganhtis m:aniy' wealthy alummni, lows:
Ii .1'bes:fcvlyitrs~ in For th~e first team, tCaptain, Flvrencve
U. of M. Antiseptic Barber Shop ilthirtAlma Mater?' If not. perhas Carey; for su:b-captain,. RenaMohr
as guests at the 1:1:1 ed Michigan cltub for ba~skets, Miss Carey, Mbiss Clark.
AND BATH kOOMS. ibanqu:et, ideth::v e itflu~ence of t.he Miss Yorkeer; fosr ceintet's, Miss Eshet:-
JR . TROJANOWSKI, proprietor. goodl o licltbigan son~gs, andi undter burg, Miss Shartel, :Miss (Grace; foer
FaeMsaeaSpecialty, tihe spell oIf set associatio antigtuard's, Mine Jaquet. Miss Rteizer, Miss
FaeMsaea322 SOUTH STATE STREET tmeniories they nmay be indutcedl to Mosh~er. Of the sub~-teani, Miss Rein-

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25/ OFF
For a Short Time Only
$5.50 Ones for - $4.12
$5.00 Ones for - $3.15
Colors White, Gray, Ma-
roon and Navy.
FOE SALE Al'
Wahr's Book Stores.
SPRING STYLES
VARSITY
HATS
Now ready for inspection.
You're invited to look. _4.
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Stick.

TH[ STU1?tNY8' LECTU21 AsbOCIATIONI

The Next Number Will
Be Announced Later.

DEAK M. $CABOur, M~anager
Wednesday, March 9tianeeNgh
Stetson's Big Spectacular Double
U~nde Tom's Cabin Company
65--Mlen, Women and Children--65
20--Sieclacular and Specialty Sensations--20
PIES."Eenin-g, c,10c.; .dulta, 2c on ne,33
Eve. ning, - 10cre, 20co30and 50c. ee 3:3
1 :3 Nights, Commencing Thursday, March 10,
RUNT STOCK CO. aud Miss Marie Fitzgibbou
THURSDAY NIGHT--THE RANCH KING,
Prices:--10, 20 and 30c, Ladies Free Thursday
Monday, March 14, THE GREAT LAFAYETTE

Season Tickets, $1.00 o1.A Single Admission, 30c
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